Noel Coward’s Private Lives being built at the Royal Lyceum workshop in Edinburgh. A rather large set amazingly built in 3 weeks and now showing on stage. It looks fantastic now it is dressed and lit. I do not usually laugh much at our shows but this did it and is played brilliantly by the cast.
After 34 days, 14hrs a day, the painting on the King’s Theatre dome is complete and looks pretty good. The opening to the public is tonight so I will post some pictures up tomorrow. Saying that, BBC online have a time lapse video of part of the project if you would like a sneaky preview! A big thank you to John Byrne for asking me to help him put his design on the roof and thanks to all those who helped me, assistant artists and those who helped with advice and support. More details to follow.
some pieces of the jigsaw from the set build of Cinderella at the Lyceum. A sneaky preview, designed to entice rather than spoil the surprise. The Christmas showing of Cinderella at the Royal Lyceum Theatre opens on the 1st of December. I take my son and some of his friends every year to the christmas show for his birthday and they get to go back stage. They are 9 years old now and still finding it magical.
I hope to get back to painting Joe Hart as soon as possible.